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Princess Zelda and Ganondorf amiibo are coming this holiday

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A two-pack of amiibo, containing the Toon Link and Zelda characters from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Image: Nintendo
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The Legend of Zelda amiibo have been some of the toughest ones to find over the years. That changed for a while as Nintendo ramped up production in time for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, but we’re now seeing a dip in availability — at least, at normal retail costs.

That doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. In fact, Nintendo made two announcements in June regarding Zelda-themed amiibo. One is that the Bokoblin amiibo and the Link (from Skyward Sword) have been reissued so that more people can purchase them. The Bokoblin amiibo is available for pre-order now at Best Buy, and so is the Link amiibo. No launch date has been shared, but hopefully they ship soon.

Secondly, two new amiibo based on Tears of the Kingdom (Princess Zelda and Ganondorf) are launching during the holiday season. We’ll update the post once those new amiibo are available for pre-order.

Below, we’ve included amiibo that can change the design of Link’s paraglider in Tears of the Kingdom, with a different look depending on the figure you tap on your controller or console. Before you jump in, you should know that almost all of these amiibo are currently out of stock.

Link (Majora’s Mask) amiibo

Best Buy lists this one as being unavailable. We’ll update this post if that should change.

Link glides in Tears of the Kingdom using a Majora’s Mask-inspired glider. The amiibo of the young Link from Majora’s Mask is in the bottom corner Image: Nintendo

Link (Tears of the Kingdom) amiibo

GameStop is currently the sole retailer that has this amiibo available.

Link glides over a chasm in Tears of the Kingdom using a blue and brown patterned glider. The Tears of the Kingdom Link amiibo is shown in the bottom corner. Image: Nintendo

Zelda and Loftwing (Skyward Sword HD) amiibo

This $24.99 amiibo is readily available at GameStop and at Amazon.

Link glides in Tears of the Kingdom with a white and blue glider inspired by Skyward Sword. The “Zelda and Loftwing” amiibo is displayed in the bottom right corner. Image: Nintendo

Link: Rider (Breath of the Wild) amiibo

This amiibo isn’t in stock at major U.S. retailers, at least for its usual retail price. However, Amazon has it in stock for about $36.

Link glides in Tears of the Kingdom using a glider inspired by the hood he wears in Breath of the Wild. The “Link (Rider) amiibo is in the bottom right corner. Image: Nintendo

Update (June 21): Nintendo announced that the Bokoblin and Link (Skyward Sword) amiibo would be reissued sometime in 2023. It also showed off new Princess Zelda and Ganondorf amiibo that will be launched during the holiday season.